The 39.6 metre motor yacht Lucky Seven has been sold with Wayne Cannava at Gilman Yachts representing the seller and Bob Cury at RJC Yachts introducing the buyer.
Built in GRP by US yard Westport Yachts to a design by Gregory C Marshall, Lucky Seven was delivered in 2007 as hull number 17 in the well-proven Westport 130 series and refitted in 2011. A modern interior on satin finished cherry wood provides accommodation for 10 guests in five cabins consisting of a main-deck master suite, two VIP suites and a twin, all with entertainment centres, LED television screens and en-suite bathroom facilities.
The main saloon has large windows, comfortable seating and an entertainment centre including a 42-inch plasma screen and stereo surround sound system while a formal dining area with seating for 12 guests lies forward.
The aft deck offers everything guests might need in the way of al fresco entertainment, including built-in upholstered seating, a high gloss teak table and a granite-topped bar plus a 37-inch Panasonic television screen mounted on the aft bulkhead.
Upstairs, the sky lounge comes with L-shaped sectional seating, two club chairs, a bar with ice maker and an entertainment system featuring a 48-inch Samsung television screen and a Kaleidescape server with on-demand audio and video throughout the yacht.
More outdoor relaxation is located on the flybridge, with a Stidd helm chair, sun pads, port and starboard built-in seating, a bar, two fixed cocktail tables and a hard top.
Twin 2,753hp MTU diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 21 knots and she is fitted with Naiad zero speed stabilisers.
Lucky Seven was asking $8,995,000 and will make her home port in Palm Beach, Florida.